I’m trying to get away from being a “reviewer” of albums or art in general. This sites not really about that anymore, rather a place to share special things out there in the massive swirl oniine. So with that said, have an adventure with the new works from Stuart Thomas.
Mountain Range can’t just stop with his own amazing talent for delivering the wonderfully cerebral aesthetic of leaves crashing within the mist of memories. He went out and linked his visions to Sun Glitters, the great Ole Torjus, and Teen Daze
These are the folks that took me out of my own creations, and allowed me to just be a fan of music again, something I honestly misplaced and the reason I do this site. So cheers to all of you for making this last year fun for us, we appreciate it.
He’s infectiously enhancing the world with skittle like balloon gravy, the kind you see bubbling over the sun scattered haze of those peak performance memories.
Live set from Avalanche Studios In the UK. Part One of this live set takes us through some favorites, with some new sounding nuggets I don’t think I’ve heard before.
Thanks to Ellen Epley for the photography. I was really excited to add these groups to my collection this last month. They’re all really amazing musical acts that offer up something special.
The continuation of a rather bright influx of yourself, is at times the remedy worth seeking. You might establish this horrid rule that won’t allow you to see the endless ability you have, its just deep man. He makes 21st century jazz his own thing.
These are the real pictures, beaming through some imaginary desert radio you yearn to see, but can’t, even though you drop synthetics to try. If you see them, you’ll find Stuart Thomas’s Mountain Range. On his first EP, A Heart Upon, there’s nothing but beauty, and these amazingly liquid silhouettes running rapid through the arms of mother nature. The way in which the sounds are arranged deliver a great sense of ease. Thomas feels what he’s doing, and he’s taking us to some unforgettable places in the process.